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Leave it to the police

From LKT of Petaling Jaya.

Low Yat phone thief discharged of hurting mechanic

KUALA LUMPUR: A jobless man, who was previously jailed four months and fined RM1,000 for stealing a handphone at Low Yat Plaza, has been granted a discharge not amounting to acquittal over a charge of voluntarily causing hurt to a mechanic.

Bukit Bintang yet to embrace green efforts

KUALA LUMPUR is not ready to go green as many businesses in the city centre are still using polystyrene takeaway boxes and cups, said Bukit Bintang Central Environmental Committee (BBCEC) chairman Simon Leong.

Entry passes to teddy bear museum

HUNDREDS of entry passes worth more than RM20,000 for TeddyVille Museum, Camera Museum and Owl Museum were given away at Penang Starwalk 2016, thanks to Footprint Tourism Group.

What would you do with your old phone?

Is it sitting in a landfill leaking heavy metals that will poison future generations? Why don’t Malaysians want to do the right thing with electronic waste?

Beary good freebies await Starwalkers

HUNDREDS of entry passes worth more than RM20,000 for TeddyVille Museum, Camera Museum and Owl Museum will be given away at Penang Starwalk 2016, thanks to Footprint Tourism Group.

Festive treat from IT plaza

The laughter of 60 children from Titian Kasih Shelter Home filled the room at the Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) outlet as they were treated to a Hari Raya lunch by the management of Plaza Low Yat.

Latin Americans give back to society

THIS year’s Latin American Festival meant more than just sharing and celebrating the culture and heritage of the Latin American countries in Malaysia – it was about helping those in need.

Nurturing green living among urban folk

ORGANIC is the way to go when it comes to living the ultimate green and healthy lifestyle that will make for a cleaner and safer environment.

Getting the chills under the Malaysian sun

Why is intolerance becoming more pronounced in our officialdom?